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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Citizens on Patrol in Bethlehem Township

Bethlehem Township's Police is accepting applications for its Citizens' Police Academy until Friday at the Municipal Building, located at 4225 Easton Avenue. Applicants must be 18. You don't have to be a Township residence, but they will be given preference in the 25-person class.

During a Tuesday night class that runs from October through January, the curriculum will include Traffic/DUI Enforcement, K-9 Program, Investigations, Scene Processing, Use of Force, Firearms Simulator Training, Police Culture, Patrol Ride-Along, School Resource Officer Program, the DARE and Every 15 Minutes Programs, Conduct and Ethics, a Staged Crime Scene, and much more.


Anonymous said...

(Recently a local community honored one of its own who was in very poor health. More than 100 residents came out to honor this individual at city hall meeting. Applause filled the air.

Reporting Al Jones

PEEKSKILL, N.Y. (1010 WINS) — Want to get yourself thrown out of a Peekskill City Council meeting? Start clapping.

After a series of boisterous meetings, Mayor Mary Foster is trying to bring decorum back to the chamber by banning clapping.

“We’ve had to end meetings because the disruptions just became too unruly,” Foster said.

However, critics of the measure spoke with 1010 WINS’ Al Jones and said they felt like they were being treated like kindergarteners.

1010 WINS’ Al Jones Reports From Peekskill

“If that was the only incident, it would be very different. But we’ve been receiving that kind of treatment consistently and this is just one little piece of that puzzle,” Jim Adler said.

Anonymous said...

A Citizen Patrol is needed badly in Easton to protect citizens from cops.